Lebo Tladi was born in South Africa in July 1994. Having lived in the tranquil and serene Limpopo province, Lebo has always loved nature and elements of it. Lebo has always been inspired by the human mind, the power of imagination, cultures, and nature. This is evident in his works as he always pedantically captures snippets of what inspires him and blends it together by portraying it in distorted ways which causes the meaning to shift and thus interpretation becomes multifaceted. With a meticulous conceptual approach, he creates intense personal moments which are masterfully created by means of rules and omissions, lines and patterns, which lure the viewer into a bizarre world portrayed on paper and canvas.
As we posted up the promo flyer for the show a little while ago, our friends over at Matthew Namour Gallery are well under way on their show entitled “Hommage” by Kevin Cyr</a>. The show features beautiful painting and drawing work by Cyr which is rooted in the graffiti and street art landscape of Montreal. If you haven’t made it out there yet and you’re in Montreal, be sure to stop by before it closes on October 30th!
Mi Ju is a fine artist currently who studied at the Pratt Institute in San Francisco and lived in Sydney, Australia until moving to New York City where she is currently based in Brooklyn. Mi Ju creates brilliant acrylic surreal works which are graphic and extremely visually imaginative.
Legendary graffiti artist and previous BBB interviewee, CES, recently unveiled some amazing new illustrations on his Instagram. From incorporating famous logos and breakfast ingredients to our favourite sitcom characters like George Constanza, CES maintains being one of the most innovative writers in the game.